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Conversion disorder & fundoscopy station

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For those who passed this station (conversion disorder), could you share you approach, please?

And for the fundoscopy part,

-did you do this on the actor or manikin?

-was Snellen chart provided?

-did you have the time to do a complete eye exam?

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In most physical exam stations, there will be no abnormal findings. I would like to clarify re the ophthalmoscopy/conversion disorder station. My colleague got this case in Sept 2012, and the actor complained of seeing double during eye examination. Do we have to further test the diplopia? e.g. is the double lying side by side or above the other, cover one eye to test which eye is affected etc. Looking forward to hearing from you. Many thanks.

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in spmm they did it in 10 minutes it was enough time to take history n examine eyes i m not sure about snellen chart but u can use count fingers

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